For years, researchers have predicted that changing U.S. demographics — the rising tide of Hispanics, blacks, Asians, Pacific islanders, city-dwellers, educated women and young people who don’t attend church — will create an unbeatable majority for the Democratic Party. Well, it didn’t quite happen in 2016. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote among all stripes…
Last week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper surprisingly told a House Intelligence Committee that getting North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons was probably a “lost cause.”
Like millions of other concerned people, I’ve followed the standoff at the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota for months. The good people of Standing Rock, including the Dakota, the Lakota and all Sioux, have stood their ground since April, to block the evil 1,170 mile, $3.7 billion Dakota Access Oil Pipeline which will…
The concept of evolution should not be limited to the scientific assertions around Darwin’s theory of natural selection, but ought to include the more general idea that people and processes constantly evolve in response to the forces that surround them.
Last week in a 5-2 decision, the Arkansas Supreme Court invalidated more than 12,000 signatures for the Medical Cannabis Act ballot measure, known as Issue 7. Votes for the act will no longer be counted.
Gary Vickery pats his big black Labrador, Boss, on his belly and rubs him back and forth, methodically and gently.
It is interesting that the main word in “Make America Great Again”—and it is the crucial word—remains not only murky but completely undefined.
I am an old millennial, one who just barely squeezes into the age category.
Slowly, relentlessly, America’s culture is undergoing profound change. But the transformation mostly is under the radar, hardly noticed.
There’s a lot of living to do at this year’s Death Fest in Fayetteville.